#1
Before you say ANTYTHING- I just want to let you know that I do NOT have the money for a new amp now. PERIOD.

However, my dad has a Fender Blues Deluxe. It may not be the best amp, but how would a metal muff or similar sound through it? I need to get a metal distortion.
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#5
I tried a metal muff rough a vibrolux.

Aw man it was so bright and trebbly, with distortion from hell, it sounded ****ing great.

I think it would sound great, HRD's take pedals well.
#6
coming from "guitargod" i would figure you would know..lol jk bro...but it would really depend on your guitar and how you configure the EQ on both amp and the metal muff
#7
The Metal Muff really isn't my cup of tea... If you have the opportunity to then you should try one out before you purchase it.

However, Fender's generally take pedals well so I doubt you will have much trouble finding something that will compliment it.
#8
Id definately get an OD along with the MF to really get into metal.

I recomend the ibanez TS9 or the hardwire CM-2.
#9
DONT GO BOSS!

At least not the metal zone(it sounds as ****ty as my fender starter's kits 15 watts distortion)
#10
Ok sounds good.
Haha and don't ask about the "guitargod" thing this is my friends old account.


And I wasn't thinking boss at all. What are your thoughts about the Satchurator?
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#11
I say buy a piggy bank with that money you don't have for an amp but seem to have when it's time to buy a pedal.
Put the remainder of the pedal money in the piggy bank since you're so broke.
Two things can come from this:
1. As long as you don't spend the money you'll never be broke again.
2. If you put more money in there, over time, you can afford an amp!
#12
Ha. Sanitarium... You and your....logic...
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#13
ive played one through some kind of Kustom (i think thats whats its caled) and it did very good for getting decent metal tones at a decent volume. through the blues delixe it would probably do great. its not something that will be a permanant thing, but it would be great for practicing. it was the one with top boost that i played.
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#14
It's good for a short-term way to get a metal tone.
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#16
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it will satisfy all of your high gain needs...assuming you know how to work an eq
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#17
metal muff is great imho.

I use one through a valveking halfstack for my main distortion... very happy with it.

and to the guy who says he should buy a new amp, did you not read the TS's post?
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